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'''Brøderbund Software, Inc.''' was an United States|American maker of video games, educational software and productivity tools. Brøderbund is best known for the 8-bit computer game hits ''Choplifter'', ''Lode Runner'', ''Karateka (video game)|Karateka'', and ''Prince of Persia'' (all of which originated on the Apple II), as well as ''The Print Shop''—originally for printing signs and banners on Dot matrix printing|dot matrix printers—and the ''Myst'' and ''Carmen Sandiego'' games. The company was founded in Eugene, Oregon, and moved to San Rafael, California, then later to Novato, California."[https://web.archive.org/web/19970412102027/http://www.broderbund.com/company/aboutbb.html About Brøderbund]." Brøderbund. April 12, 1997. Retrieved on June 3, 2011. "Brøderbund Software, Inc. 500 Redwood Blvd. Novato, California 94948" Brøderbund was purchased by The...
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FateAcquired by The Learning Company
SuccessorThe Learning Company
Foundation{{Start date and age|1980}}
Defunct{{end date and age|1998}}
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ProductsComputer software and video games
Website{{URL|www.broderbund.com}}
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